Boston Herald  |  June 25, 2022

“I think the whole reasoning of the court in Roe v. Wade was built on the idea that there is no right to privacy, but all of these other cases are grounded in the same right. So the court can’t have it both ways,” said Lawrence Gostin, a Georgetown University Law School professor. “I see no evidence the court can limit its decision to only abortion.”

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